Doctoral Candidate, Clemson Bioengineering
Originally from Moncks Corner, South Carolina, I graduated from the SC Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics before completing my BS in Bioengineering (Bioelectrical Concentration) from Clemson in May 2014 and beginning work on my PhD in the Multiscale Bioelectromechanics (MBEM) Lab under Dr. Delphine Dean. My research interests include bioelectronics and instrumentation, single-cell mechanics and electrophysiology, image processing and computational modeling of biological systems. In addition, I also serve as a Teaching Assistant for BIOE 3700 – Bioinstrumentation and Imaging and as a mentor for undergraduate senior design teams, Creative Inquiry groups, and the Clemson Bionics Club. After my graduate work, I plan to pursue a career in academia as a full-time lecturer.